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nAz
03-02-2005, 07:37 PM
God damn this is funny...

http://www.salon.com/comics/tomo/2005/02/14/tomo/story.jpg


http://www.salon.com/comics/tomo/2005/02/21/tomo/story.jpg


http://www.salon.com/comics/tomo/2005/02/28/tomo/story.jpg

Keith Talent
03-03-2005, 06:32 AM
That's hilarious ... never realized how much I'd missed the Canamints! One day this insane generation of GOPers will be right up there with them in dusty old video libraries, and in dioramas at the Museum of Natural History and wax museums! Children will gasp in wonder that they once walked the Earth ...

SecaucusFats
03-03-2005, 08:03 AM
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Promise, Possibilities, Peace
Deluge of Good News A Karl Rove Trick

Iraqi election. Mideast truce. Fixing broken government systems. Wasteful federal programs cut. More jobs. New housing growth like never before. Donít let this glut of progress and vigorous change fool you. Republicans will stoop to anything to get their way.

Weíve seen this before. President Reagan and the whole "tearing down your wall," defeat Communism ruse. George H. Bush and his liberating Kuwait from Saddamís land grab. This insufferable good news is not the panacea President Bush and his confederates want you to believe. Giving freedom and autonomy to millions of people who have suffered for decades under tyrannical rule may sound good when you say it, but when you find out whatís behind it, itís as corrupt as an "oil for food" racket and as cold-hearted as allowing a woman to drown in the car you were driving.

these latest GOP life-affirming gambits are all about getting the voting public to re-elect those behind this slimy optimism in Ď06. Itís an old Republican trick. You give people hope and supply opportunities to those who have spent their entire life looking to others to take care of them and you end up with an entire new voting bloc in your corner. As true as if they had a bulls-eye on their backs, this is a war against the poor and hopeless. You refuse to let people be victimized, and bam, they're not victims anymore. Itís so fascist.

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"If we don't get these guys out of office they'll have a free ticket to continue to bury us under rampant prosperity!"

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wolfdancer
03-03-2005, 02:48 PM
Fats, i'm glad to see that you're coming over to the side of reality....it's big of you to post the moveon agenda here, what with yer rightist tendencies....why don't we make out a joint check?...I'll match your donation......let's help the country moveon, and move out the "bastion of bast*rds"

wolfdancer
03-03-2005, 02:51 PM
It's parody....but what makes it not so funny, is it's so close to the truth

nAz
03-04-2005, 01:24 PM
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